Ronald Reagan


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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Berle Adams

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Berle Adams on Ronald Reagan, President of the Screen Actors Guild, granting a waiver allowing MCA to function as both an agency and a production company, creating the first residual payments for actors and writers
03:37

William Clotworthy

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William Clotworthy on representing advertisers on General Electric Theater, hosted by Ronald Reagan
06:20
William Clotworthy on his friendship with Ronald Reagan
01:05

Fred de Cordova

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Fred de Cordova on directing Ronald Reagan in the feature "Bedtime for Bonzo" and directing various other Universal features
04:08

Warren Cowan

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Publicist Warren Cowan on publicizing Ronald Reagan (who at that time did not fly) and the series General Electric Theater
02:20

Richard Crenna

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Richard Crenna on playing Ronald Reagan
03:29

Walter Cronkite

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Walter Cronkite on a funny story when he was reporting football games and the wire went down, so he had to "make up" the rest of the game; later Ronald Reagan may have appropriated the story 
02:06

Richard Dawson

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Richard Dawson on Ronald Reagan as President
03:48

Sam Donaldson

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Sam Donaldson on Ronald Reagan
02:05
Sam Donaldson on covering the assassination attempt on President Reagan as ABC White House correspondent
06:34

Jerry Falwell

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Jerry Falwell on the formation and goals of his right wing political organization the Moral Majority, and on his involvement with Ronald Reagan
04:53

Michael J. Fox

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Michael J. Fox on Ronald Reagan wanting to be on Family Ties
00:20

Albert Freedman

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Albert Freedman on Ronald Reagan's involvement with the Hollywood Blacklist
00:29

Arthur Gardner

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Arthur Gardner on his recollections of fellow actors, William Holden, Clark Gable and Ronald Regan
01:32

Greg Garrison

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Greg Garrison on the advent of The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts and the first roast, featuring Ronald Reagan
04:24

Frank Gifford

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Frank Gifford on Presidents such as Ronald Regan and other note worthy guests that had cameos on Monday Night Football
01:06

Gary David Goldberg

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Gary David Goldberg on Family Ties being the favorite show of Ronald Reagan and how the show reflected the Reagan era
03:21

Leonard H. Goldenson

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Leonard Goldenson on a photo with Ronald Reagan
00:34

Jack Klugman

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Jack Klugman on how his love of muckrakers lead to his role on Quincy, M.E.
00:39

Ted Koppel

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Ted Koppel on the end of the Iran Hostage Crisis during Reagan's presidency
00:53

Piper Laurie

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Piper Laurie on working with Ronald Reagan
01:20

Richard Lewis

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Richard Lewis on producing The General Electric Theater, hosted by Ronald Reagan
02:36

Frank Liberman

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Frank Liberman on working with Ronald Reagan
01:14

A.C. Lyles

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A.C. Lyles on the trouble he got into for "shooting" President Reagan
07:27

Bob Markell

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Bob Markell on working with Tennessee Williams, Leonard Bernstein, Ronald Regan, Kukla, Fran and Ollie and others on The Bicentennial Minutes
03:09

Tony Mottola

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Tony Mottola on a photo at the Reagan White House with Perry Como and Frank Sinatra
01:09

Roger Mudd

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Roger Mudd on Walter Cronkite killing one of his stories on Ronald Reagan
02:57

Fess Parker

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Fess Parker on losing out on a part to Ronald Reagan
03:20

Marty Pasetta

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Marty Pasetta on directing Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan's Inaugural specials
02:47
Marty Pasetta on how the Ronald Reagan assassination attempt affected The Academy Awards
02:16
Marty Pasetta on directing the special Let Poland Be Poland
01:05

Jorge Ramos

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Jorge Ramos on his first professional job on Televisa radio and covering the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan
05:42

John Rich

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John Rich on the live broadcast of the opening of Disneyland ("Dateline: Disneyland")(airdate: July 17, 1955); on Reagan as an actor
10:02

Stanley Rubin

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Stanley Rubin on Ronald Reagan as host of General Electric Theater
04:31
Stanley Rubin on a photo with cast and crew from General Electric Theater
00:35
Stanley Rubin on a photo with cast and crew from General Electric Theater
01:43

Howard K. Smith

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Howard K. Smith on moderating presidential debates
01:21
Howard K. Smith on his thoughts on Ronald Reagan
00:30

John Strauss

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John Strauss on an interview newspaper columnist Hal Humphrey conducted with Ronald Reagan
02:14

Ted Turner

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Ted Turner on suing the White House for access
00:51
Ted Turner on how the White House kept CNN out of the pool in the early '80s
02:30

Tony Verna

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Tony Verna on directing an interview with then President-elect Ronald Reagan
02:28

John Walsh

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John Walsh on getting legislation passed to help find missing children 
02:50

Alan Young

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Alan Young on briefly working with Ronald Reagan
02:17

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